Anonymous tip leads to discovery of meth lab

Photos submitted Knox County Sheriff's Deputy Keith Liford discovered an active meth lab at a residence at Arkle Hollow in Gray last Wednesday.
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Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Liford discovered an active meth lab at a residence at Arkle Hollow in Gray last Wednesday.

An anonymous complaint led Knox County Sheriff’s Deputy Keith Liford to a home on

Anita Perry
Anita Perry

Arkle Hollow in Gray Wednesday, Nov.11. During his investigation, Deputy Liford, assisted by Knox County Constable Reed Murphy, discovered several signs indicating a meth lab. Multiple ingredients used in the manufacturing of methamphetamine were found, along with a coffee filter containing a white powder residue. Deputy Liford’s suspicions were confirmed when he found an active one-step meth lab inside the home.

Along with several ingredients, this completed active meth lab was found.
Along with several ingredients, this completed active meth lab was found.

Deputy Liford and Constable Murphy arrested Anita Perry, 27, of Gray. Perry was charged with manufacturing methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine), unlawful possession of methamphetamine precursors and tampering with physical evidence.

A Kentucky State Police DESI Meth Disposal Unit was called to the scene to take possession of the active lab.